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When playtime feels like a chore

It doesn’t matter if you’re a parent, grandparent, aunt, or uncle. Caregivers, babysitters, and older siblings aren’t necessarily immune, either. No matter how much you love and cherish the little one(s) in your life, you may inwardly cringe when you hear that request: “Will you...
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Back to school again

It’s already that time of year where summer comes to an end, teachers prepare for the upcoming school year, and students head back to class. Schools throughout the Wayne-Westland Community School District (WWCSD) had Open House before the last weekend of the month. Students...
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Garden City Hospital opens Community Health Center

By Sarah Shurge –  “This is a major investment in this community’s health, today as we open the brand new Westland Community Health Center,” said Governor Gretchen Whitmer at the grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony of the new health center in Westland. The ceremony...
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Patriots’ Day Celebration honors local heroes

By Sarah Shurge – September 11th, 2001 is more than just a day in the history of the United States. Some people went to work that day and never came home. Some people lost family members. Some people were terribly injured. Some people were first responders and saved lives...
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Wayne Historical Museum receives funding

By Sarah Shurge – The mission of the Wayne Historical Society is to display, preserve, and promote the history of the City of Wayne. But what happens when the building that is dedicated to preserving history, is in dire need of repairs? With holes in the roof, water spots...
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Construction continues at Wayne Memorial

By Sarah Shurge – Over the past several months, Wayne Memorial High School has slowly but surely been getting a makeover. If you have driven down Glenwood Rd. within the last few months, you may have noticed some trees have been cut down, dirt has been moved, and...
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September 2021 – News Briefs

The Wayne Public Library received over $500 worth of new workforce development books. Funding came from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. If you are looking for a new job or want to improve your work skills, visit the library to see if any of these new books can help...
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Concerts in the park return!

By Carolyn Marnon – The free summer Concerts in Goudy Park kicked off Wednesday, August 4, with Atomic Radio. Myke, Darrin, Dave and Randy covered popular hits while concert-goers were busy getting their dancing shoes back in the groove after a one-year hiatus due to the...
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15th annual Family Fest at CrossPointe

By Sarah Shurge – The much anticipated Family Fest at CrossPointe Community Church is returning this year. For 14 years, the event has been a hit with the community but then the pandemic happened. CrossPointe wanted to keep the tradition alive but didn’t feel it would be...
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Do this ONE THING more this August

As far as clichés go, reading in a singles ad that someone enjoys “long walks on the beach” likely ranks among the top. But it turns out, there appears to be evidence of why placing our bare feet on the earth is such a calming, peaceful exercise. Walking barefoot—also known as...